Was Sabrina Dias deserving of her victory over Joshua Vacanti on ‘The Voice’?


Was Sabrina Dias deserving of her victory over Joshua Vacanti on ‘The Voice’?

While Joshua Vacanti sang Harry Styles’ ‘Falling,’ Sabrina Dias wowed the crowd with her rendition of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Autograph.’

The knockouts of ‘The Voice’ Season 21 kicked underway on Monday, October 25 after a grueling round of battles last week, with singers from each team descending on the stage in pairs with their eyes on the Live playoffs. For the first round of the knockouts, John Legend welcomed Joshua Vacanti and Sabrina Dias, who battled it out on their own songs.

While Joshua Vacanti sang Harry Styles’ ‘Falling,’ Sabrina Dias showcased her vocal prowess on Ed Sheeran’s ‘Autograph.’ Surprisingly, the British singing sensation appeared on the broadcast to assist the participants before their performance. The singers were taught by Sheeran and the coaches, who included Blake Shelton, John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, and Ariana Grande, to ensure that they delivered an unforgettable performance on the singing reality show. Coaches earned one steal during the knockouts that they could use to their advantage, stealing an eliminated singer from another team, for the uninitiated.

Brinkwire News’The Voice’ Battles: Ariana chooses Raquel Trinidad, Kelly utilizes stealth to obtain what she wants Hailey Ariana Grande picks Katie Rae and saves Bella DeNapoli in ‘The Voice’ battles Was Sabrina Dias’ victory versus Joshua Vacanti deserved? As he played his song ‘Falling,’ John Legend looked absolutely enamored with Joshua. The legendary singer even got out of his chair to enjoy his performance, bringing the track to a new level with his silky smooth voice. Sabrina, on the other hand, made sure she drew the judges’ attention by taking up the drums in addition to her guitar, which amused the audience.

Ariana Grande claimed she would choose Sabrina over Joshua, but Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton favored Joshua. In the end, Legend was the one who had to make the final decision. Legend chose Joshua after great thought, which enraged the majority of social media users. In comparison to Joshua, the Internet thought Sabrina nailed her act and deserved to stay. Despite the availability of the “steal” option, the other judges chose not to steal Sabrina for their respective teams. Unfortunately, her time on the show came to an end there, and she returned home disappointed.

@sabrinadiasmusi singing @edsheeran and @joshuavacanti singing @harry styles? Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes #TeamLegend #VoiceKnockouts pic.twitter.com/OjXBIh0QRt The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) (@NBCTheVoice) (@NBCTheVoice) (@NBCTheV 26th of October, 2021 ‘I wish Sabrina had been kidnapped.’ ‘The Voice’ viewers took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the latest knockout round. Brinkwire News in a Nutshell


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